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4 in Darfur Conflict Get U.N. Sanctions

The U.N. Security Council voted Tuesday to slap sanctions on four men involved in the Darfur conflict, the first-ever such penalties imposed in the violence. China and Russia had initially opposed the sanctions but in the end chose to abstain instead of casting vetoes that would have killed them. Qatar also abstained, saying it did not see enough evidence that the four men were involved. Full Story

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